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NBC
Sep 21, 2012 5:00pm EDT
demands of the presidency. >> thank you. meanwhile, the rev. al sharpton and other national black clergy members have joined the battle over same-sex marriage and maryland. voters will decide whether to uphold the law in november. today during a news conference at the national press club in washington, d.c., the ministers declared that they want to dispel the myth that all african-american ministers are against same-sex marriage. david joins us live from the news room. >> the messages straightforward. theological debates should take place in houses of worship, and not in houses of government. but there are those who declare that al sharpton is leading a band of renegades who do not speak for the broad african- american community. >> this is not an issue about gay or straight. this is an issue about civil rights. >> the rev. al sharpton and a dozen other church leaders came together to dispel what they call a myth that all african american preachers are fundamentally opposed to same- sex marriage. >> people of faith have the right to be in the public square. we do not have the right to im
NBC
Sep 21, 2012 6:00pm EDT
straight. this is an issue of civil rights. >> rev. al sharpton and a dozen other church leaders came together to dispel what they call a myth that all african american preachers are fundamentally opposed to same- sex marriage. >> people of faith have the right to be in the public square. we do not have the right to impose our personal religious beliefs on others in matters of public policy. marriage equality is primarily a public policy issue and not a theological 1. >> back in march, governor o'malley sign legislation legally recognizing same-sex marriage. the law does not go into effect until january, 2013, to give opponents time to put the measure on the ballot. maryland will be one of four states voting on same-sex marriage laws. calls are pouring into and from the stone bank at the maryland marriage alliance headquarters in and not the phone bank at the maryland marriage alliance headquarters in annapolis. he says reverend sharpton does not speak for the broad leadership of the african- american community. >> i do not think he holds a lot of clout. >> this pastor disagrees
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 4:30am EDT
.com. we have 59 degrees on this friday. >> the rev. al sharpton is making a stop in the district today. >> welcome back. they merit supporters in are about to get prominent african- ministers. grendell sharpton is one of the expected to show support during an event at the national press club today. voted to legalize marriage earlier this year, but opponents get enough signatures for a referendum in november. black ministers preparing to launch a new effort against gay marriage. in prince george's county, investigators will hand out as they search for attacked antally elderly man. the person seen in this sketch victim lasthe onurday at a bus stop bladensburg road. suspect attacked the man while tryingll bat to rob him. seen a person, call police. >> and emotional vigil for a maryland woman shot and killed weekend. withother spoke with abc 7 brittany mckinley's son by her side. his mother and best friend is .one he has to sleep with her shirt at night it. >> dozens of family members and friends attended the vigil held outside the home in capitol she was shot. police say that exports and
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 6:00pm EDT
the baptist church. al sharpton was very upset as other ministers about for blacks not to precipitate in the upcoming election. sex marriagessame- to suppresss a tool black voters. sharpton said no african- back the should give right to vote. abc 7 news. >> coming up, the washington a place in theh playoffs. n what is next for the team. >> new video of the baby panda. all the little one is doing. >> the excitement over the new [ romney ] my plan is to help the middle class. trade has to work for america. that means crack down on cheaters like china, it means open up new markets. next, we've got to balance the budget you've got to cut the deficit. you've got to stop spending more money than we take in. and finally, champion small business. have tax policies, regulations, and healthcare policies that help small business. we put those in place; we'll add twelve million new jobs in four years. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. thto want the very best publicly education system for youate to.n teacchildren.ome test... i'm mitt romney i'm barack obama and i approve this message. >>
NBC
Sep 21, 2012 11:00pm EDT
one regarding same-sex marriage. reverend al sharpton joined black clergy members in washington today to dispel the myth that african-american ministers oppose same-sex marriage. they say it is a civil rights issue, at in the debate belongs that a church, not in government. opponents say reverend sharpton does not speak for the entire african-american community. >> i think many in the baptist faith and in the committee will say he is gone renegade with his belief on this issue. i do not think he killed a lot of clout. >> the pastor at internal polling indicates more voters oppose than support same-sex marriage. >> one man is dead tonight after am early morning standing around 2:00 a.m. in the 2700 block of west north avenue. police found a 34-year-old man on the ground and unresponsive. we are told the at tambrands to his upper body. he was taken to shop, but died later -- we are told he had stab wounds to his upper body. he was taken to shock trauma but died later. down anmen chasexd victim around 2:30 is today avenue. -- yesterday afternoon. police he taught -- police believe he tos
CSPAN
Sep 20, 2012 8:00pm EDT
sharpton. [cheers and applause] about to give a special thank you to reverend sharpton -- onto the special thank you because he was able to fill in on short notice. when i asked him to come come i told him he was going to be moderating. when he normally does, he does with mark morreale, those key civil rights organization of the naacp and the injunction. he didn't know that when he came out. i apologize for that. we do think and for that. give them a round of applause. [applause] guy said this was going to be a diverse panel. why are you laughing? would have some conservatives. we went through the whole cbc and found like to, both of them. first up, ms. crystal wright. [applause] and we have mr. ron christie. [cheers and applause] .. just to let you know the impact these laws will have, 17 states have had worcester a voting laws. 17 states have had the potential to impact 2012 residential election. beastie account for 218 you are a vote. 80% of of the elect are a folks in order to win the presidency. let me just y this, my mom taught me that when you change the rules that is called cheatin
MSNBC
Sep 12, 2012 3:00pm PDT
. politicsnation with al sharpton starts right now. >>> tonight's dislead, mitt romney's crass effort to use the strategy in the middle east to assert himself and his campaign into what became a tragic, bloody situation. well, that's our top story and we'll spend much of the next be hour analyzing it. mr. romney's words were hurtful and actions unfortunate. together they raise yet again the question of whether mitt romney has the judgment and character to be the president of the united states. this morning all of us were shocked to learn that chris stevens, our ambassador to libya, had been killed in an attack there, along with three other american diplomats, all murdered in what u.s. officials are now investigating as a possible terrorist attack on the anniversary of 9/11. while americans mourned, mr. romney saw a political opportunity. >> the administration was wrong to stand by a statement sympathizing with those who had breached our embassy in egypt instead of condemning their actions. in my view, a disgraceful statement on the part of our administration to apologize for american values.
FOX
Sep 21, 2012 5:00pm EDT
:00, same-sex marriage takes center pulpit as reverend al sharpton joins a dozen clergy members to voice their opinions. >>> we'll take you inside the urban haupted house. >> what is going on. >>> in sports, time for friday night football. introducing you to perhaps the most sought-after recruit in all of northern virginia. >>> still ahead at 6:00, bad timing for blac >>> it's friday. what is that? >> high school football. >> there you go. >> let's go. >> our high school football game of the week is in ash burn, home of the redskins. all eyes will be on one of the prep players who looks like he could soon fit right in with the burgundy and gold. zachary, i heard this john allen kid is a beast. >> reporter: he is a beast, carol. defensive end, jonathan allen is one of the most dominant and highly recruited players to come out of this area in a long, long time. tonight he'll be strapping it up for stonebridge, known around here as the belle of the berm. number 93 is the reason why. >> i've never seen a player play with the rage that he plays with. i mean, he is a mad, intense player. and h
CSPAN
Sep 22, 2012 3:45pm EDT
't paid [laughter] >> reverend sharpton, we understand the laws are changing but the question here also is does it constitute racial discrimination? i keep people saying why ratio? >> it is discrimination because in any number of studies have talked about the disproportionate impact it has on african-americans and latinos. three things that we need to be clear on because of the national action network, we have done about 11 state on voter id with the naacp and urban league. we are not against identification. we are saying have the same might be this year that you had when reagan ran, and clinton ran, and bush ran. people need to be clear. we are not talking about being against aideed. we are against the new restrictive a voter i.d. because we are saying there has been no fraud. .0003% cases of fraud. this is a solution looking for a problem. is it a disproportionate impact on us that are black and latino and the elderly. and mentally in orlando -- i am 85 -- a man told me in orlando, item 85, i live 27 miles of where you have to get the restrictive state id. i do not drive, i do not hav
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 5:00am EDT
.com. >> still pretty early in the morning. degrees on this friday. , the rev. al sharpton is coming to the district. coming up at 6:00, the deadlygation into the the u.s. embassy in libya, that country's prime suggested was not random. crack's a pesky weeds in your be the key to job creation. >> beer could be your lifeline of a nuclear disaster. at 6:00.hat >> you will want to watch katie. episode of >> she will explore the world of children and contact sports. questions parents should be to protectt how children on the plainfield. and today show will tackle food addictions and how victims can on the road to recovery. by on abc 7 at 4:00. and then on abc 7 news at 5:00, hope for some people with severe food allergies. new research shows a severe egg might be cured by eggs. and even a peanut allergies could been cleared up in the same manner. the study results, the researchers, and a little boy can now safely it eggs, this evening. new birth control teenagers.ions for a leading group says doctors t to be using hormonal of thes or iud's instead pill.control >> a man is facing charges
MSNBC
Sep 6, 2012 10:00pm PDT
to bring reverend al sharpton in on this. you're in charlotte there in front of an enthusiastic crowd out there. what were you looking for from joe biden? what do you think he added if anything tonight? >> well, i think -- you know, i've dealt with the president and vice president since they've been in before. i think the real thing that joe biden brings aside from all this being said about his appeal to the lunch bucket kind of democrat is here's a guy that ran against barack obama in the democratic primaries. they both came to my convention. i remember when they were opponents. he is now a guy who's not just his vice president, they really are partners. they make decisions together. the hard stuff they do together. if you go to the white house with something serious, the president has him there. so for him to get what he called the inside view of what happens in the white house when they were dealing with bin laden, when they were dealing with other things. he's not just talking there. this is something that actually happened. they have that kind of relationship. and i think it was hear
MSNBC
Sep 6, 2012 8:00am PDT
the president made this all move forward. the reverend al sharpton will join me to weigh in on that. later this hour we're psyched about this one, comedian wanda sykes joins me life in suddeno. we're talking about everything in this election including how much talk the dnc has done about marriage equality. and what would you like to ask wanda? tweet me at thomas a. roberts and i'll try to get it on air for you. hey. hey eddie. i brought your stuff. you don't have to do this. yes i do. i want you to keep this. it'd be weird. take care. you too. [ sighs ] so how did it go? he's upset. [ male announcer ] spend less time at gas stations. with best in class fuel economy. it's our most innovative altima ever. ♪ [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where you don't back down from a challenge. this is the age of knowing how to make things happen. so, why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe
FOX Business
Sep 29, 2012 1:00am EDT
each other accidentally, blood in the streets my said that two out sharpton. what if people could carry a pistol? but that is the law in most eighth. i have learned it does not increase crime but in some cases there are fewer bad guys because he worries you could be packing. [laughter] was certain limits you should have they done -- of gun. >> i am a senior that freshmen first year thing you framed it as free-speech but there is no policy in forcing free-speech. >> it is political correctness. >> even if it helps one incoming first year theo less alienated then why the negative feeling of the official title? john: enough is enough. would allow women feel this respected to be called a freshman? when my daughter was born i went through the dr. seuss books and would change the word to heat -- from he to see. but freshman? come on. >> with my a education cost $15,000 worth of rego. should this be reformed? >> i can see why taxpayers don't want to pay for you to come from england. you pay. >> is american students as well. north carolina to study in california. john: then you make a choice. t
FOX
Sep 16, 2012 5:30am PDT
sharpton is on tv. we're getting things done. >> what's the process of getting your listeners involved? they come to hear some music and relationships and you're talking about serious stuff. >> our ratings are the highest when things like that happen. >> really? >> yeah. we can be talk about the sexiest thing in the world, but when you have mothers and their children and real men and their sons and daughters, dude, you're going to tap into something that gets the emotions rising out of everyone when you talk about the children. >> now, another one of the projects right now is concerning missing children. >> yeah. >> talk to me about that. >> what can be more devastating than that? i think of my own daughter and the young men that i'm mentoring. imagine your child missing. it's hard to imagine. until it happens to you, and we have had the parents talk about it. it it's one of the saddest things you can imagine, my child is gone. for me, i have to do something about this. i have some time in the show i can mention this. so i said why not mention it every hour, every day? it's just a ment
ABC
Sep 18, 2012 6:00pm EDT
to legalize gay marriage is getting a boost in maryland. rev. al sharpton is lending his support to question 6 and he will join other well-known minister is the news conference at the national press club on friday. the maryland open is later approved the same-sex marriage issue earlier this year. the issue will go to the voters on october 6. -- voters are trying to make sure the law is not acted. >> to men bring almost 13 pounds of cocaine into dulles international airport. where they hit it and why they were arrested. >> more violence in the middle east blamed on an anti-muslim film produced in america. that has the military making changes. [ romney ] my plan is toelp the middle class. trade has to work for america. that means crack down on cheaters like china, it means open up new markets. next, we've got to balance the budget.t to stop spending more money than we take in. and finally champion small business. have tax policies, regulations, and healthcare policies that help small business. we put those in place; we'll add twelve million new jobs in four years. i'm mitt
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 12:00pm EDT
been charged with failure to pay attention -- christina hernandez. al sharpton is expected to show support for gay marriage during an event today at the national press club. lawmakers voted to legalize same-sex marriage another group of black ministers is launching a new effort against gay marriage. prince george's county police stepping up their search for the person who attacked an elderly man. officer's hand out flyers this morning in the 3800 block of bladensburg road. that's where the person seen in this sketch approached the victim last saturday at a bus stops. the suspect attacked the man with a baseball bat while trying to rob him. a man shot and killed in a robbery attempt spent time in prison in connection with the murder of a beloved school principal. joel johnson was released from prison in april after pleading guilty to being an accessory in the death of brian betts, a principal a school. the largest solar power system in the area is online. 2600 panels capable of generating 830,000 kilowatt hours every year. that includes one said a panel that covers 70 spaces in a pa
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 4:55am EDT
the suspect thhad him running for the door as fast as he could. >>> al sharpton will be in our area today. what he'll be supporting, straight ahead. >>> topping america's money, the iphone 5 arrives. some customers have been waiting all night. analysts say the debut of apple's smart phone will be the largest in consumer electronics history, apple selling as many as 10 million this weekend. even though it dipped last quarter, the federal reserve says the u.s. economy is looking good. american airlines canceled many flights and the airline says some excites are staging job actions, many calling in sick or reporting minor mechanical problems. and the checks are in the mail for more than 1200 investors swindled by bernie madoff totaling $2.5 billion. that's america's money.
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 5:30am EDT
the crash was caused by driver error. all seven people are expected to be okay. >>> al sharpton will be ginning other ministers from across the country to support same-sex marriage here in maryland. maryland voters will be deciding whether or not to allow same-sex marriage in maryland on election day. >>> today experts will be using a special heat treatment to kill off bedbugs found at carol community college. students received e-mails this week making them aware of the bedbugs on the campus. the college called in investigators, who used a beagle to track down the bedbugs there. different areas and all the infected church have been isolated. >>> stay with us this morning. the state requirements now for booster seats and car seats, and when they go into effect. we have all the details. >>> and face to face encounter, what would you do if you were that close to a cheetah? it's time to change the way we clean. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power th
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 6:30am EDT
on political issues. >>> the reverend al sharpton is in washington, d.c. to support same-sex marriage in maryland. he's having a news conference at the national press club. also attending, a minister of about an 8,000 member church in prince georges county. maryland voters are deciding whether or not to allow same- sex couples to marry in our state. that issue is on the november ballot. >>> today baltimore county is hosting its first ever animal leadership summit, learning about animal abuse in the county and task forces created, made up on local attorneys, police officers, reps from local animal shelters and societies who have dedicated so much time looking at ways to stop animal cruelty cases. >>> happening now, take a live look at new york city. look at that line. people from all over the country line up in the big apple to take a bite out of the big apple, all for the iphone 5. linda is live outside a verizon store this morning with some anxious people. >> reporter: they are not messing around. look inside the store, about 16 sales guys now getting trained, getting ready for doors
MSNBC
Sep 10, 2012 3:00pm PDT
's "hardball" for now. "politicsnation" starts right now with al sharpton. >>> thanks, chris. and thanks to you for tuning in. tonight's lead, one side is in shambles. the other, getting a boost, literally. there are just 57 days to go until this election and the obama campaign is enjoying every bit of it. this week president obama was swept up by a pizza shop owner who happens to be a big fan. did i mention the guy's a republican? and the a.p. snapped this photo of vice president biden chatting it up with a female biker. no wonder they are in such a good mood. a new poll has them up 6 points over the gop ticket. then, there's governor romney. let's just say, well, he had a difficult weekend. the last time he stumbled this badly was during his disstas rouse overseas trip. remember that? it was so awful the media coined a phrase called romney shambles. well, after yesterday, i think we need to bring that phrase back. mr. romney has run a campaign in which he's offered no specifics, in which he's played fast and loose with the truth and, worst of all, he thought he could get away with it. but thi
FOX
Sep 29, 2012 11:00pm EDT
is that they're gambling with our money. let's talk about it on "politicsnation." ♪ i'm al sharpton lettuce. excuse me, let us talk about what's going on on wall street. [ laughter ] this week, the country's biggest bank gyp morgan announced they lost $3 billion. here to explain about it is colin mckesney, who is head of global finance for gyp morgan in london. [ laughter ] >> good evening, reverend. it's just actually jpmorgan. >> oh, well, okay, you can call me a.l. sharpton. [ laughter ] now, it's being reported that your company lost all this money because of some risky trades made by a trader named the london whale. where is this whale? >> well, it's not an actual whale. he's here in england. >> so he's on land? he's beached? well, that's a shame. [ laughter ] >> no, the london whale is a nickname for an employee here who made some unfortunate decisions and lost a lot of money. >> well, $3 billion to be exact. that's a lot of plankton. [ laughter ] now, how did this happen? >> well, unfortunately, we couldn't detect and mitigate the risk in our portfolios because of the multiple discon
CSPAN
Sep 24, 2012 12:00pm EDT
that has undermined progress. reverend sharpton mentioned the law, the lawmakers we have in the room. we have emmanuel cleaver, gwen moore, hank johnson. let us give them a warm welcome. also round of applause for another. i would like to go to the three lawmakers on the panel right now, because what this has become in some ways is an abstract argument, and ideological argument where people are not clear up what is at stake. what i would like to representatives to talk about is what kind of issues are voters in your districts dealing with right now with regard to the vote? >> seniority. >> john. >> first of all, the issue of being able to vote, being able to participate in a democratic process should not be a partisan issue. the right to vote, the right to participate, to cast a vote, as i said before and so many times, it is precious. almost sacred. people died for this right. people stood in lines, and in another. in our history, people at the past a literacy test. the number of jellybeans in a jar. there were black lawyers and black doctors, college professors, teachers, ministers, la
CSPAN
Sep 20, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. sharpton. and i want to give a special thank-you because he was able to of fill in for us on short notice lesson to come i told them he will be moderating. those three key civil-rights morgan -- organization national rights now works, he did not know that money came out and i apologize, but we thank him for being here. give him a round of applause. i said this would be a diverse panel. why y'all laughing? we have conservatives. we went through the whole cdc and found republicans, both of them. first up, ms. chrysolite. [applause] and we have mr. ron christie. once again, i want to thank you all. one of the things i said to the audience was, this battle over voter i.d., access to the poll is the most clear case of racial discrimination that we have in the 21st century, and that is my promise. you may disagree, but i want to start there. let me start with you. you have been around this country. particularly in the key states for this happened. what do you see going on? >> a great honor to be part of this distinguished panel and to be part of the congressional black caucus legislative weeken
CSPAN
Sep 24, 2012 10:00am EDT
, and on your television, reverend al sharpton. [applause] i want to give a special thank you to reverend sharpton because he was able to fill in for us on short notice. when i asked him to come, i told him he would be moderating. normally he does them with three key civil-rights organizations duties in conjunction. i apologize for that. we do thank him for being here. give rev. sharpton a round of applause. [applause] i said this was going to be a diverse panel. why are you laughing? we have some conservatives. we went through the whole congressional black congress and we found black republicans -- both of them. ms. crystal wright and mr. ron christie. [applause] while you were in the back, one thing asset to the audience was that, to me, the battle over access to the polls is perhaps the most clear case of racial discrimination that we have in the 21st century. that is my premise. you may disagree, but i want to start there. let me start with you, ms. brazile. you have been in some of the key states where this is happening. what do you see going on? >> it's a great honor to be a part of
NBC
Sep 22, 2012 5:00am EDT
questions including one with same sex marriage. the reverend al sharpton joined black clergy members to disspell the myth that all african-american ministers oppose same sex marriage. they say this is a civil rights issue adding this debate belongs in church not government. but opponents of same sex marriage say reverend sharpton doesn't speak for the entire african-american community. >> i think many in the baptist faith and even in the community would say, well, he's gone renegade with his belief system in this issue. i don't think he holds a lot of clout. >> pastor mccoy adds that intern polling indicates that more voters oppose same sex marriage than support it. remember, you can all get the latest political news on our website wbal tv.com. there you will find the most up to date information for state loshg call and national elections. >>> one man is dead this morning after an early morning stabbing in west baltimore. it happened around 2:00 in the morning in the 2700 block of west north avenue. police say that's where they found a 34-year-old man ton ground unresponsive. we're t
CSPAN
Sep 16, 2012 10:45am EDT
is intended to do. in fact, i have a "in the book from the rev. al sharpton. every once in awhile a member of the organized crime syndicate known as the far left will blurt out the truth. rev. al sharpton went on in as nbc in 2010 and said, and i quote, it is absolutely true, there is no doubt that the american people overwhelmingly voted for socialism when they elected president obama. so the kooks see it. they get it. but they get hearted american people who elected this man did not want to see it or refuse to see it. even to this state we see in some of the polls, well, i like him. i'm not sure about on the. he has played on that could this, played on that american willingness to believe the best, certainly about their president. he has used that and leveraged it brilliantly so i laid out the case and then i lay of against obama. i put together the entire obama domestic policy record with the entire foreign-policy record. you can see it all, and i have to say, when you see all of the evidence amassed in one place it is devastating, devastating. i write about egypt, the muslim brotherhoo
MSNBC
Sep 21, 2012 3:00pm PDT
. "politics nation" with al sharpton starts now. >> thanks, chris. and thanks to you for tuning in. we're live this evening from washington. >>> tonight's lead was going to be this. the fire and brimstone case against mitt romney's 47% view of america. >> i don't believe we can get very far with leaders who write off half the nation as a bunch of victims. i don't see a lot of victims in the crowd today. >> he thinks all these folks. he thinks these folks believe that they're entitled, that they've become dependent. how could he be so profoundly wrong about america? how is that possible? >> now, what could possibly be more compelling than that to start the show? how about mitt romney's tax returns? late today, he finally released his 2011 tax returns. we've been waiting for months for this promised return. so what did we learn? he made $13.7 million from investment income. he paid $1.9 million in federal taxes. which makes his effective tax rate 14.1%. that 14.1% is about half -- half what the average worker pays. yet another example of how this tax code is rigged for the wealthy. but the big n
FOX News
Sep 1, 2012 12:00am PDT
, they are taking lessons in racial bafoonry from al sharpton. i think that it is -- it's appalling that there is racial rhetoric -- it comes out of the mouths of so-called journalists and anchors and hosts to the extent that we don't understand what is fact, what is truth because they -- they use the prop and it is things-- the convention -- >> outrageous that they ignore the new black panther party and they are calling for bloodshed in the streets and voter intimidation in the streets in philadelphia, that's ignored by ms-nbc, who i think was a p.r. firm for -- >> but they are repeating the democrats' mantra, the war on women, the war on hispanics-- >>> theyure the extension of the obama re-election press office. it's a total extension. >> how can nbc as a news outlet allow it? there are no adults. >> unemployment through the roof-- >>> i think there is going to be a backlash. i think there will be a backlash. the president's not likeable. his likeability's going down. >> on the politic it's. >> sean: speaks out when sandra fluke, but not a conservative. there is a double standard
CBS
Sep 2, 2012 7:30am PDT
supposed to speak and al sharpton took my time away. ( laughter ) i don't know if you remember that. i was supposed to be on prime-time. >> schieffer: he was sort of the clint eastwood. >> right. you mentioned clint eastwood, the lonely gunfighter. that's what the republicans were projecting. it's all individual responsibility. yes, but i think the democratic partly is about family, about unity, about bringing people together. we're all in this together, we're all trying to rebuild the economy together. and i think you're going to see this convention not appeal to the base, not have a bunch of nasty attacks. you're going to see a convention filled with promising young hispanic speakers, you're going to see diversity, you're going to see multiculturalism. you're going to see a real effort to engage the middle class, engage the american worker, and say that we want to be positive about this country. we're not going to be a bunch of negativists. >> schieffer: well, let me ask you about this. so bill clinton turns out to be one of the big-- maybe the big star, other than the president, of
MSNBC
Sep 13, 2012 2:00am PDT
make it right with the american people. >> lean forward with the reverend al sharpton and "politics nation" weekdays at 6:00 on msnbc. >>> new census bureau inn come and poverty paint a bleak picture. median household income dropped 1.5% last year to just over $50,000 a year. that's over 8% lower than in late 2007 when the recession began. in contrast, income for the wealthiest 20% of americans went up 1.6% last year. 2011's income gap between the rich and the poor grew to the widest in more than 40 years. while the proportion of americans living in poverty did not rise in four years, the 46 million people in poverty remained at the highest level in the 53 years since the census bureau began keeping that statistic. >>> apple's new and improved iphone has arrived. the 5 will be in stores on the 21st, coming with a laundry list of new editions. nbc's jay gray got a look. >> reporter: the skies did not open up. by all reports the earth is still on its axis. the tech universe has a new shining star today. >> today we're going to introduce iphone 5. >> reporter: with that all the rumors
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 6:00am EDT
from a well-known minister, al sharpton. maryland lawmakers voted to sex marriage this year, but opponents are out -- as they support a referendum on ballot. several ministers are launching new fighter against gay marriage. sunday it will mark mia the base ofday, at the memorial on the national mall. they continue to advocate the return of americans still missing in southeast asia. >> 6:46, and the metro will not the heights -- there will be buses between falls boston, and marine cheverly. there will be no work on the lines. parking spaces are going to be into a park today, because this is national parking deck. it will be made into a temporary urban park. parking day is to show the need for open an urban space, without public space as allotted. a massive campaign is being against several types of cancer. this has been called a moonshot campaign, and the center expects as $3 billionch years, andxt 10 tonight, hope for some people severe food allergies. new research from john hopkins shows that some shalit -- y be cured by eating eggs. onwill have all the details who along wi
CNN
Sep 16, 2012 8:00am PDT
don't mean to be flip but i have to chuckle a little bit when i see al sharpton say i can't believe somebody would jump on a political action for political purposes. >> let me go back to amy. i showed some of it. reporters conspire about which questions to ask and how to ask it before romney's brief press conference? >> that look as little conspiring. most of the time at press conferences, you know, everyone is their own island, their own question in their head and it's really easy for the president or white house spokesman to play people off each other because they know you're not going follow up. being a little bit strategic with your college and your press, to me that's not -- it's not technically conspiring. i don't think there's anything wrong with that. if you talk to your colleagues about that, what's wrong with that? >> i understand that. but, amy, to a lots of people the press looked like it was determined to make the story line mitt romney responds to his criticism of the criticism of the administration. >> right. and i think it was very constructive for the news struck au
CSPAN
Sep 23, 2012 9:00pm EDT
simply does not have. he knows that al sharpton and jesse jackson sr. and jr. and longtime personal relationship and many other influential black leaders and so, the political calculation here is if president obama friars miracle your, he just fired the first african-american of trade general in the united states. how does that play with the key voting bloc to read another matter is to see replace eric holder with? time is short and hard to come from somebody with the senate going into the reelection so it is a difficult problem with the test of leadership as usual ways who's lost trust of those he works with and remove the statistics more than 200 some members of congress, house and senate have called on eric holder to resign this the largest number in history calling on any attorney general when putting nixon's attorney-general to resign. >> host: let's talk of the operation itself. most of the leaders are familiar with brian terrie but you say hundreds of members died because of the operation fast and furious. how do you support that? >> guest: hundreds of people inside mexico. t
CSPAN
Sep 24, 2012 12:00am EDT
all sharpton and he knows jesse jackson senior and junior is a long-time personal relationship with them and many other influential black leaders. so the political calculation here is a president obama fires eric holder, he just fired the first african-american attorney general united states. how does that play the key voting bloc? and other matters who does he replace eric holder with? time is short. but the senate going into reelection votes. so it is a difficult problem, but the key to leadership is you should always remove the subordinate was last works with. the largest number in u.s. history and attorney general, asking nixon's attorney general to resign. >> host: let's talk about the outburst and most of your readers will be familiar with the kind of agent were in terry, but hundreds of people have died because of the operation fast and furious. have you support that? >> guest: hundreds of people inside mexico. mexican justice department based on this crime scene and so on. one of the things people don't realize is mexico has launched an investigation to fast and furious
CSPAN
Sep 30, 2012 12:00pm EDT
community, that the president simply doesn't have. he knows all sharpton speaks at this event, she knows jesse jackson senior and junior the longtime personal relationship with them and then enter once a black leaders. so the political calculation here is if president obama fire is eric holder, he just fired the first african-american attorney general of the united states. how does that play with the key voting bloc? another matter is heard as he replaced eric tiny shore. it's hard to confirm some of the book the senate going into election mode. so it's a difficult problem, but the key test of leadership as he should always remove a subordinate who has lost the trust of those he works with. remember the statistic, more than 200 sitting members of congress, house and senate have called on eric holder to resign. that's the largest number calling any attorney general to resign. postcode lets talk about the operation itself. most of your readers will be familiar with the killing of agent brian terry. you make the claim that hundreds of people are dead because of operation fast and furious. i
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2012 8:45pm EDT
, not jesse jackson, owlish sharpton, obama allows people to feel good about supporting him. big about chris matthews i debated him. to borneo chief of staff but yet talking about obama he becomes absurdly fm in it, thrills running down his leg. [laughter] he embarrasses himself and his family and viewers. why? [laughter] nothing to do with the obama. chris matthews is basking in his own wonderful but -- wonderful this patting himself on the back that i chris matthews and so morally admirable i can vote for him. there is the incredible power you see in the mainstream media that is morally important for obama's to succeed. that is why you have this media support. >> as an extension i thought the had a constitution to make it possible to become president let alone keep his job. tussaud's executive orders of congress not standing up but it could not be permissible and congress has been unable to block it. >> i want to move on and. >> you talk about obama using debt to reduce to be a wealthy. i am wondering reading about literature and gas and the federal reserve you envision to use the tool of
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